Spearing Magazine V.10.3
- Summer is in full swing, lobster mini season just passed and divers all across the country are headed offshore to take advantage of what has added up to be a banner season so far.
- The crews in California were welcomed again with schools of blue fin tuna. Seasoned vets as well as those looking to check a BFT off the list have headed out to find the schools. Some have connected while others still search for that one fish.
- The Bahamas have been productive as always, yet a few salty frequent flyers have gone in search of unmolested bottom and found success. More on that coming up in our 10.4 issue out in Nov.
- The upper gulf coast has been on fire. Teams from Texas to the panhandle of FL. have taken advantage of the extended red snapper season and put some serious fish on the deck. The crew from Benthic have been crushing the red snapper record on pole spear over and over continually raising the bar.
- In this issue we tried to cover the geographic basis. Striper, seabass and totauge in the murky waters off the NE covered by David Gleeson.
- Giant wahoo and amberjack off the coast of Texas by Will Silvey and Braeden DeGeus.
- Yellowtail and white seabass shaking off a slump in California from John Hughes.
- Not forgetting some non continental flavor, Anthony Dooley goes deep with stunning imagery in Panama.
- Ryan Myers gives important information on freedive safety and his experiences at the world championships in Greece.
- Adam Schewitz takes us on a sailing adventure in the Caribbean; pole spearing multiple impressive species.
- Let’s not forget a pile of awesome new products featured in our On The Horizon section.
- Topping it all off with an electronics retrofit article focusing on improving your current dive vessel with the aid of modern technology.
- This issue has something for everyone.
- So sit back and enjoy adventures and info. from around the world.